Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer doesn’t want sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller to take unnecessary risks when he dashes and darts out of the pocket. Sliding after making a first down is good. Running out of bounds is even better.
But while Miller has a long history of injuries because of his fearless scrambling, Meyer wants to make QB runs a big part of the Buckeyes’ arsenal. He doesn’t intend to rein Miller in. He plans to turn him loose.
“We’re going to be — I don’t want to say reckless, but more aggressive because I have trust in two quarterbacks,” Meyer said.
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